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Geeks Squawk - EP 350

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29-Jun-18 10:30

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Geeks Squawk - EP 350

Today, the geeks on Geeks Squawk talked about how an anonymous troll can be identified through just four tweets. And returning to the living room with a retro-inspired, completely modern video computer system is the Atari VSC. The duo also discussed about the first eye surgery performed on humans by a robot; and memes being the latest casualty in EU’s new Copyright Directive rules.

 

0:30:23 - Just Four Tweets Can Reveal The Identity Of An Anonymous Troll

8:56:43 - Atari VCS... A Classic, Reimagined

12:52:77 - A Robot Has Performed Eye Surgery On Humans For The First Time

17:03:09 - Why Memes Are The Latest Casualty In EU’s War On Silicon Valley

Produced by: Richard Bradbury


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